Query : cultural heritage
- Miller, Alan43
- Oliver, Iain41
- Cassidy, Catherine Anne40
- Graf, Klaus39
- Carvalho, Ana29
- Aitken, Jacquie28
- Chapoulie, Rémy20
- Mairesse, François15
- Camart, Cécile14
- Lanselle, Rainier14
- Massimo Montella14
- Fort, Pascal13
- Hellwig, J.C.11
- Isnart, Cyril11
- Chaumier, Serge9
- Driver, Felix8
- GUILLAUME, Astrid8
- Hottin, Christian8
- Boust, Clotilde7
- Cultural Heritage and Museology4021
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology1580
- Archaeology and Prehistory1283
- Architecture and Space Management1140
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences647
- Art and Art History507
- Musicology and Performing Arts433
- Communication Sciences353
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- Methods and Statistics215
- Classical Studies174
- Environmental studies145
- Gender Studies135
- Biological Anthropology124
- Economies and Finances50
Intangible cultural heritage, between sensory and sensitivities.
Rosa Ms Isaac Pereire The Department of Research and Science Policy (Ministry of Culture) has been strengthening training in intangible cultural heritage in the regions since 2017, using the network of Ethnopoles and their associated universities. The Salagon Museum (Ethnopole) and IDEMEC (UMR 7307...
Book presentation ‘The rule in Pfalz am Rhein in the 15th century’
On 15 October, the Foundation for the Promotion of Palatinate History Research in conjunction with the Historical Association of Pfalz e.V. and the Speyer City Archives/Cultural Heritage Department invites a book presentation: Henry J. Cohn, The rule in Pfalz on the Rhine in the 15th century.Place:...
Converging Lines: Needlework in English Literature and Visual Arts
Digital Segusio: from models generation to urban reconstruction
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Adaptation of premises in the BIC environment of the Palacio de los Catalá de Valeriola
[es] The site in which the Generalitat’s bookshop is planned is located on the bottom of the building belonging to the complex of the Catalan Palace of Valeriola recayente to the C/Navellos complex and built between 1700 and 1730. In order to reach the initial state of the premises, from which we wi...
Conference: the High Valleys of the Provençal Alps between Antiquity and Middle Ages
Samedi 11 November 2017, the heritage and cultural associations and the municipalities of Thorame-Basse and Thorame-Haute are organising, in partnership with the Departmental Council of the Alps de Haute-Provence, a conference on the topical archaeological research in the High Valleys of the Provenç...
Ministry of Culture and Communication State Secretariat for Heritage: Michel Duffour Technical Adviser: André Santelli [MuCEM]
Reference FRAN 20040425/Intitulé Ministry of Culture and Communication State Secretariat for Heritage: Michel Duffour Technical Adviser: André Santelli Dates extremes 1999-2002 Level of description Fund Name of producer André Santelli Historique of Conservation The Fund is kept at the National Archi...
About the reception of a New town : Sabaudia from his fondation (1934) to his 80 years (2014)
The town of Sabaudia was built between 1933 and 1934 in the Pontine Marshes, Italy. It forms part of a sanitization and country-planning project led by the fascist regime. Its architecture is classified as «rationalist», «modern» by the quality of its plan, open towards the landscape and its archite...
Is there women’s Oenotourism?
when speaking of Oenotourism, we speak of a social, cultural and economic phenomenon which involves the movement of people from men such as females to wine-growing regions or regions with a heritage or cultural appeal in connection with vines and wine. The aim is to develop direct sales in areas to...
The impossible government of migration? Local management of global cash: amphihaline migrators (European eel and Atlantic salmon)
This article looks at the modes of government of two species of highly migratory amphihalin fish: European eel (Anguilla anguilla) and Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Based on a long ethnographic survey, this text proposes to analyse the arrangements of the governments of fisheries and stocks in cont...
Seminar on the Law of Intangible Cultural Heritage (Osmose project, Paris, 9-10 November 2015)
On 9 and 10 November 2015, the final seminar of the Osmose project, a French-Latvian research project dedicated to the development of a methodology for a comparative study on the law of intangible cultural heritage (project of the Latvian Academy of Culture and the Institute of Social Sciences of Po...
Movement, Sight, and Sound in Archaic Song-and-Dance Poetry: Erotic and Ritual Kinesthesia and Synesthesia in the “Newest Sappho”
Session 71 : Pannel Moving to the Music : Song and Dance in Antiquity (Organized by the Society for the Study of Greek and Roman Music and Its Cultural Heritage. Carolyn M. Laferriere, Yale University, and Sarah Olsen, Williams College, Organizers) International audience
Physico-chemical study of varnishes of a corpus of European musical instruments from the 15th to the 18th century - Historical approach and conservation prospects
Various, and often contradictory, hypotheses have been raised for more than a century concerning the composition of ancient varnishes of musical instruments, in particular those made by Antonio Stradivari. Neither these hypotheses, nor the rare experimental results, allow grasping correctly the varn...
Offer of employment: in charge of the public, City of Rochefort (Char-Maritime)
The City of Rochefort offers a Chargé de Public (h/f) post from 1 November 2019, as part of a 10-month full-time CDD, assimilated to category B. Within the Directorate for Cultural Affairs, the department of audiences pooled between municipal museums and the heritage department, your main task will...
Artists and Powers in Taiwan: the example of Mei Dean-E
Artiste born in Taiwan in 1954 of Chinese parents from Continent, Mei Dean-E himself defines himself as a ‘political artist’. Through his work inspired by both the Dada and the Pop Art, which he studied closely during his studies in New York, he constantly questioned the various forms of power, of w...
Promotional tourism discourses after the arabian springs : for a discourse analysis with a didactic aim in FOS
This research focuses on the influences of the "Arab Spring" on the tourist discourse that we approach under two argumentative modalities: tourism advertising and tourism promotion. To deal with this issue, we have collected an iconotexual corpus (text + image) among media resources very varied, dis...
Yemen proves it: in western eyes, not all ‘Notre Dames’ are created equal
Mountains to live, to see and to preserve : dynamics of tourism and European World Heritage sites (Laponia and Pyrénées-Mont Perdu)
The establishment of a World Heritage Site based on mixed criteria combines objectives relating both to the preservation and the promotion of natural and cultural systems. They may profoundly transform both the relationships to these places and the places themselves. This thesis addresses these dyna...
All museums are hunting museums!
Exhibiting intangible heritage in a museum : the Voices of Africa experience
International audience Museums are places for education, but they can also offer opportunities for cross-cultural discovery. With a focus on enhancing the impact of our own research, this paper describes the experience of mounting an exhibition at the Musée d’Ethnographie de Bordeaux on the theme Vo...
ICOM News: "Universal Heritage"
Publicado recentemente, o n.º 3-4 ICOM News 2007 apresenta os artigos seguintes: - Message from the President by Alissandra Cummins Resolution No. 1: Protection and Promotion of Universal Heritage with Respect for Cultural and Natural Diversity (S.O. 1) - MAC and the Caribbean Inventory on the Slave...
Archives in sociology: methodological and methodological approaches
This article is published in the Pedagogical Fiches of the journal “Interrogations?” deals with the use of archives in sociology, presenting academic and methodological approaches. It is intended, as a training tool, for sociologists, historians and historians of the present time, to demonstrate the...
Rediscovery of Korean maritime heritage: recent developments in submarine archaeology in South Korea
Monday 07 June 2021 from 10: 30 to 12 p.m. Mr Damien PELADAN gave a conference entitled "The rediscovery of Korean maritime heritage: recent developments in South Korea’s underwater archaeology "Summary From the late 1970s, South Korea has become aware of the extent of the cultural heritage lying at...
The Controversy over the Buddhas of Bamiyan
The author analyses a rare case of mirror-outrage that followed the destruction of the Buddhas of Bamiyan. This event brought the Taliban and the international community into opposition in 2001. The article first stresses the intriguing paradigmatic similarities between the destruction of the Buddha...
Emergency and Evacuation Plan for the Central Market of Valencia. Adaptation to the CTE DB-SI
[ES] El Mercado Central de Valencia is a modernised building which, due to its constructive, architectural and historical characteristics, was declared BIC in 2007. This property is located in the old town of Valencia, specifically in the Mercat district. This environment also has a special plan for...